Autograf Resurrects SHM’s Classic “One”

Here with their latest installment of “Future Summer” is the trio out of chi-town, Autograf. The group kicked off the summer with an ambitious pledge: to release one of their signature future flips each month. For their first Issue, the gurus of groove tackled the titans of dance music, Daft Punk. Unsurprisingly, Autograf transformed the radio-friendly “Gust of Wind” into a future classic primed for summertime shenanigans. Have a listen below if you haven’t already.

WARNING: Uncontrollable Head-Nodding May Occur


As a follow up to their wildly successful “Future Summer. Issue 1“, Autograf just unleashed “One”, a tropical take on a Swedish House Mafia‘s hit from 2010. For this track, SHM’s production is swapped for a heftier bassline, and Pharell’s feature for Inure’s airy vocals. Inure gracefully tip-toes above Autograf’s deep production, creating a wonderfully indescribable drifting sensation. Perfect for a late night soiree, pull this tune out when in need of a breezy poolside number. Have a listen below, and experience “Future Summer. Issue 2“.

Also, make sure you check out Autograf’s remix of “Grapevine” by Marvin Gaye, and his rework of French Horn Rebellion & Savoir Adore track, “The Fire”.

Chris Bergin

Chris Bergin

Self-proclaimed music aficionado and aspiring DJ / Producer. Known for his love affair with the auxiliary cord, this native of Virginia considers his taste in music undoubtedly better than yours.
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